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Qualification: Bachelor in International and European Law

Bachelor in International and European Law

Qualification Information

General learning outcomes
1/ Provide students with a solid foundation in the knowledge of the substantive rules and principles of both international and European law
2/ Offer a specialised legal education and training
3/ Inject multidisciplinary talent into the legal profession
4/ Ensure that students further their studies in the legal discipline
5/ Offer students the opportunity to study international and European law
6/ Expose students to a wide spectrum of disciplinary approaches to legal study
7/ Learn in English

Learning outcomes at cognitive level
1/ Acquire knowledge of terminology and concepts of international and European law
2/ Gain an understanding of the international system and the European integration process
3/ Develop a working knowledge of international law-making
4/ Become familiar with the European institutions and the decision-making processes

Learning outcomes at skills level
1/ Independently analyse the interplay between international and European law
2/ Transpose an analysis of rules and events into a scientifically sound and feasible research project
3/ Use appropriate research methods and tools in the framework of independent research projects
4/ Gain knowledge of and practice with electronic information sources on international and European law
5/ Effectively communicate the acquired knowledge and the outcome of research projects
6/ Collaborate with others in group work
7/ Develop intercultural communication skills
8/ Further develop English language skills, both written and oral

Learning outcomes at attitudinal level
1/ Stimulate critical attitude
2/ Awareness of the normative dimension of international and European legal policies

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